The family of a man who was murdered three years ago and found stuffed in a suitcase is calling again for the case to be solved.
Larry Terry went missing in Indiana in March 2019. A cause of death has now been released, but the murder remains unsolved.
Terry’s aunt, Donna Moore, claims the man was last seen alive at his home in Indianapolis.
His remains were found in a suitcase at Bean Creek over Memorial Day weekend – two months after his disappearance.
Police were called to the scene after the badly decomposing body was discovered in the suitcase.
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think of my nephew. He came by every day. It was a senseless murder,” Moore told WIBQ.
“We actually didn’t realize he was murdered until after the second month, then we thought it was a bad game.”
The family’s suspicions were confirmed after Terry’s cause of death, which was determined by the Marion County Coroner’s Office, was asphyxia due to strangulation.
“Nobody deserves to be killed like that. Nobody,” Moore said. “I hope he was dead when they mutilated him.”
According to FOX59, the Indiana Metropolitan Police Department was investigating Terry’s death as a homicide.
They said the investigation is ongoing, but three years later there is still no resolution.
While Terry’s family believes he may have been murdered by someone he knew, no arrest has yet been made in the case.
“It’s been three years and nothing has been done. It feels like it’s been swept under the rug. It’s devastating. I mean, it really is,” Moore said.
Terry’s family offers $1,000 from their own funds for information leading to a resolution of the case.
Anyone with information about the case is urged to call the homicide detectives at (317) 327-3475 or anonymously at (317) 262-TIPS.
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